Mobile Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

“Restorative dentistry” is used by dental experts to describe how they repair lost or damaged teeth. Restorative options include fillings, crowns (“caps”), bridges, and implants. Restorative dentistry is done to restore your natural smile while also preventing future dental problems. As we all know this service can be done in all dental clinics, but the good news is you can have this service in a mobile dental clinic as well, which we will read about in the following.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry procedures?

  • Keeping teeth straight is easier when empty spaces in the mouth are filled.
  • Missing teeth can affect your health, appearance, and self-esteem.
  • Replacing teeth makes it easier to maintain good oral hygiene habits, which can help prevent plaque build-up and the problems that plaque can cause.

Fillings are a type of restorative dentistry treatment

A cavity is usually treated by having your dentist remove the decay and filling the tooth with one of many different materials. Gold, porcelain, silver amalgam (mercury mixed with silver, tin, zinc, and copper), tooth-colored plastic, and composite resin are some of the filling materials available.


A crown is a tooth-shaped cap that covers the entire tooth. It is utilized to strengthen and safeguard the structure of your teeth. Your dentist prepares the tooth, takes an imprint, and a specialist fabricates the crown in a lab. When a tooth is fractured or has a cavity, a crown is the best option.


A dental bridge fills up the gap left by missing teeth. A bridge is made up of a crown on either end that serves as an anchor, and an artificial tooth or teeth that join the crowns and fill the gap. A bridge can prevent the movement of your other teeth. Once a bridge is in place, it functions in the same way as your natural teeth.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a type of tooth replacement that is used to replace lost teeth. An implant is made up of two parts: a metal anchor and an artificial tooth that looks like a crown. A dental implant has the appearance and feel of a natural tooth. The metal anchor is implanted into the jawbone, and then an artificial tooth is placed on top of it.

Mobile Dentistry

In the comfort of the patient’s home, senior home, assisted living facility, or community center, a mobile dental clinic can provide on-site dental care for special populations.

They help patients and their families deal with serious dental problems while also reducing stress. The dental team travels to the patient’s location, and the licensed specialists are highly qualified and dedicated to providing the patients with the finest possible care.

The mobile dental clinics have portable technology and systems which allow them to perform dentistry in your house or on-site. Their portable digital x-ray systems, specialized dental chairs, and wheeled dentistry units allow them to thoroughly diagnose and treat patients in a variety of settings.

Mobile Restorative Dentistry

Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC) has provided mobile dental treatments to Connecticut school-aged children since 2002. Approximately 7,000 children are served by the program, which is spread across 160 locations. CHC has ten mobile teams, each with a dental hygienist and a care coordinator to guarantee that care is administered quickly and effectively. Each new location requires the usage of portable dental equipment that must be transported.

The most difficult task is completing restorative care for children who were identified at mobile locations. There are three options for completing the work of youngsters who have been identified as having decay. After a referral relationship has been created and established, the children can be referred to a local private dental office for treatment. Second, the youngsters can be directed to the nearest clinic for treatment. While these are feasible options, the same obstacles that stopped the guardian from bringing the child to the office remain, such as transportation or scheduling conflicts.

The third and most successful alternative is to provide restorative care on site once the preventive services have been completed. The dentist and his assistant would bring their restorative armamentarium to the classroom and treat the patient. A tiny number of treatments necessitate the use of a clinic, and certain children may require care in a pediatric dental office or an operating room. The referral process for an outside physician would still be followed by this subgroup.

The program manager meets with the school representative to address any questions and sign a Memorandum of Agreement when starting a new school or adding the restorative aspect to an existing program. Staff and parents are informed about the initiative, and enrollment begins. The hygiene crew at the health center then moves on to preventive visits, charting, and filming. The care coordinators make sure that all of the paperwork is in order before beginning restorative care. The dates for restorative care have been set, and patients have been scheduled for restorative care and dental exams.

Therefore, dental consultations, oral examinations, preventative, promotive, curative, and finally restorative dentistry are all provided by a mobile dental clinic. They also can have an MSD III Microfocus mobile-type Dental X-ray system which aids in the identification of dental problems.        

Advice on How to Look After Your Restorative Dentistry Work

  • Brush your teeth twice a day using a soft toothbrush.
  • Electric toothbrushes can assist in the removal of plaque from your teeth as well as restorative procedures.
  • Floss around your teeth, dental implants, crowns, and bridges on a daily basis.
  • Hard or sticky meals should not be chewed. These have the potential to harm your implant, bridge, or crown.
  • To help battle plaque bacteria around restorative work, use an antibacterial mouthwash.

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